Not being a lover of our ever increasing fascination with celebrity and the pile of trashy mags being foisted at us these days eg Heat etc, I picked this up with some trepidation. As a reader of biographies I thought I'd give it a go. What can I say? I couldn't stop laughing. Have always thought of Mr Morgan as a smug git but actually found his writing both humorous and hilarious. His memoirs displayed so many of his contacts as publicity hungry (and greedy) desperados who were literally quite happy do anything for a bit air time. No doubt he had to curb a lot of what he could have written but he certainly didn't fawn over anyone in an embarassing fashion and if they got his goat he said it. Some of the book is about his relationship with politicians (Tony Blair, Alastair Campbell )which at times I found to be tedious but the rest very amusing. His descriptions of people are cringingly funny. He talks about his meetings with everyone from the Late Princess of Wales to Madonna, the part on the expolits at Marco Pierre White's 40th birthday party being probably my favourite.
I have since read Do You Know Who I Am? and enjoyed that as well.